Sexual relations within marriage are holy and good (Hebrews 13:4).

1. Pleasure in sexual relations (like pleasure in eating or in the performance of other bodily functions) is not forbidden but rather assumed (Proverbs 5:18-19 and Song of Solomon).

2. Sexual pleasure is to be regulated by the key principle that one’s sexuality does not exist for himself or for his own pleasure, but for his partner.

3. Sexual relations are to be regular and continuous.

4. The principle of mutual satisfaction means that each party is to provide the sexual enjoyment which is “due” his or her spouse whenever needed.

5. There is to be no sexual bargaining.

6. Sexual relationships are equal and reciprocal (Harry McGee).